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The Handbook of getting older and the Social Sciences, 7e, summarizes the examine literature at the social points of getting older. The 7e can have 88% new fabric and authors with 25 chapters: 22 of the chapters can be on thoroughly new subject matters. Separated into 4 sections, the absolutely revised instruction manual will conceal conception and techniques, getting older and social constitution, social elements and social associations, and getting older and society.
- Contains the entire major components of social technology gerontological learn in a single volume
- Begins with a piece on concept and methods
- Edited via one of many fathers of gerontology (Binstock) and individuals signify most sensible students in gerontology
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